It may be an old story, but the aging baby boomer population is driving growth in yet another health and beauty care category. Skin care and related products are getting a boost from the changing demographics and anti-aging introductions from major manufacturers with potent marketing budgets. High price points seem to make little difference to consumers intent on regaining or maintaining a youthful appearance. As a result, supermarkets are selling skin care products at higher rings than ...

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